This is a partial list of the projects created by students at GISPopSci’s Spatial Pattern Analysis workshops.

Adam Akullian
Modeling parasitic disease spread using effective geographic distance metrics

Veronica Arias
Utilizing ESDA to Investigate the Clustering of Archaeological Sites in Western New Mexico

Matthew Bampton, University of Southern Maine
Finding Useful Clusters to Support Stratification for the National Children’s Study in Cumberland County, Maine

Nyesha C. Black, Pennsylvania State University, and Maria Au, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health
Use of county-level or census tract data when analyzing child poverty in Alabama

Eugene Brusilovskiy
Perceived Social Acceptance of Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities as a Function of Neighborhood Characteristics: A Preliminary Spatial Analysis

Suzanne Lanyi Charles, Harvard University School of Design
Spatial analysis of residential redevelopment activity in the inner-ring suburbs of Chicago, 2000–2008

Jon Christensen
Critical Habitat

Jennifer Toller Erausquin, Duke University
New directions in research on community context and women’s health in the Dominican Republic

Sarah E. Hinman, Idaho State University
Exploring urban health & sanitation in 1881 Washington, DC

Holly Hodges
Where target state-funded mammography services in California?

Seunghye Hong
Is ethnic density associated with self-rated mental health among Asians?

Hiroyuki Iseki
Preliminary Spatial Analysis of Transit Subsidy Referendum Voting in Toledo

Sara Kaplan
Pastures, Pigs, and People

Katherine King
Spatial Variation in Fertility and Development in China

Raoul Lievanos, University of California, Davis
Legacies of place: The racialization of hazardous space in a manufacturing city

Christy Lightowlers
Christy Lightowlers presentation

Sze Liu
Spatial analysis of school segregation and violence: Florida, 1997-2005

Elia Machado, Clark University
Exploring vulnerability to dengue fever in Mexico

Jennifer Manne
The Guatemalan Chagas Disease Vector Control Program: using spatial methods to evaluate program impact

Kelly McGeever
California County Crime & Correctional Facilities

Yasuyuki Motoyama, University of California, Santa Barbara
Regional convergence or divergence?: An exploratory analysis of Chinese nanotechnology patents

Plamen Nikolov
Presentation: What do we know about the spread of AIDS?

Yelena Ogneva-Himmelberger
Presentation: Spatial distribution of tobacco vendors in Worcester, MA

Tom Ogorzalek, Columbia University
Where Does Race Matter? Individual–level testing of aggregate indications

Sookhee Oh
Identifying and Comparing Ethnic Enclaves: Suburban Koreans in Los Angeles and New York

Ioana Popescu, University of Iowa
Racial differences in access to high quality care for coronary heart disease

Melanie Rusch
Spatial aspects of survival sex work

Matt Ruther, Pennsylvania State University
Immigrant concentration and homicide mortality

Louis A. Sánchez, Pennsylvania State University Mexican Residential Patterns Across Time Informed by Spatial Methods

Comilla Sasson, University of Colorado, Denver
Using GIS to improve Cardiac arrest survival

Isaac Sasson, University of Texas at Austin
Effects of desertification on Sub-Saharan African Populations

Recinda Sherman
Geographic Cluster of Head & Neck Cancers

Michael Smart
Immigrant Neighborhoods, Immigrant Enclaves, and Travel Behavior

W. Webb Sprague
The scale of appraised property values: a point pattern analysis in two Oregon cities

Kristin (KT) Tomey
Analyzing associations between features of the built environment and physical functioning in mid-life Michigan women: spatial considerations

Sarah Valdez, University of Washington
Segregation and radical right voting in Scandinavia

Ana Paula Verona
Indigenous Fertility in Brazil

Tse-Chuan Yang
Self-Rated Health at Low-Income Neighborhood in Philadelphia

Ling Yin, University of Tennessee
Spatial-temporal analysis for individual activities

Zhirong Zhao
China’s Provincial Fiscal Disparities A Cost-standardized Approach